Face To Face: Art During The Pandemic

Art can be defined in so many ways, and mean so many different things – to the creator and to those who experience the creation. We can be touched, transported, or brought to tears. We can be inspired, soothed, or enraged. The main thing, according to the late nineteenth and early twentieth century French sculptor Auguste Rodin, is “to be moved, to love, to hope, to tremble, to live.”

Today our lives, constricted by COVID these last six months, have reflected just a little of the unseen terror of past pandemics. The plagues of Europe and the Middle East were […]

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